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Global Beat: Yonatan Gat

Global Beat: Yonatan Gat

Justin Jacobs on August 14, 2018
Shervin Lainez   For Israeli guitarist Yonatan Gat, music is all about connection—and not just with whoever is in the room. The man strives to reach through time and space, and his latest album, the sprawling, psych-jazz burst Universalists, is the closest he’s come to making contact.   Gat was born outside of Tel Aviv, […]
Interview: Ziggy Marley

Interview: Ziggy Marley

Larson Sutton on August 9, 2018
Ziggy Marley envisions his music as an overt expression of love, despite the current political climate. In certain ways, the eight-time Grammy winner has come off as a committed community organizer, calling for action, since his hit 1988 debut Conscious Party launched him and his sibling-group The Melody Makers into stardom. Back then, he sang […]
Spotlight: Brothers Osborne

Spotlight: Brothers Osborne

Ryan Reed on August 7, 2018
Alysse Gafkjen Are Brothers Osborne really a “country” band? They certainly fit the mold, at least on paper. Guitarist John is known to rock a Fender Telecaster and a cowboy hat; singer T.J. croons in a velvety baritone with a slight drawl; and their plainspoken yet deceptively clever lyrics often explore signature country subjects like […]